Description: This historical photographic slide essay created by John A. Sapone, DDS, Clinical Professor of Endodontics, UCSF School of Dentistry, documents the development of the University of California, San Francisco campus, including the Medical Center and research buildings. It includes images of the Parnassus area of San Francisco before the building of the campus in the 1880s and focuses on how the physical space changed over time.
Note inside original container: A nostalgic and exciting historical photographic slide essay of the Health Sciences Center of the University of California, San Francisco campus. The story begins with first views of the completely bare PArnassus slope of Mount Sutro in 1880 and developed to show over a period of almost 90 years the growth and development of the campus with its numerous buildings constructed to serve a purposeful existence for the health sciences. This is not a story of people or personalities but one of a university health science center campus from its beginning to its present day greatness. Anyone having been associated with the campus either as an employee, student, administrator, or faculty member cannot help from being part of the living soul of the institution. This historical story is one of you and all of those of the past like you who have given this beautiful and magnificent University of California San Francisco Health Science campus its life.
Source: 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape
Call Number: OH 46
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